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01/12/2016

Appeal: Javid approves primary school for former health centre site

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Communities secretary Sajid Javid has approved the erection of a 700-place primary school on Bath Row in Birmingham, after concluding that highway impact and effect on character and appearance were not determining factors.

Javid noted that the 0.29-hectare appeals site was formerly occupied by the now-demolished Colston Health Centre. He found that subsequent to the agreement of conditions surrounding planting arrangements, the scheme would not be harmful to the character and appearance of the area and would have no conflict with the environmental quality and landscaping objectives of the Birmingham Urban Develop.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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